Finished 10th in IZOD Indycar Series standings for Andretti Autosport.
Recorded nine top-10 finishes with high of 5th at Milwaukee.
Had best starting position of 2nd at Iowa.
Extended her series record of running at the finish to 50 consecutive races.
Finished 10th in IZOD IndyCar Series standings for Andretti Autosport.
Recorded eight top-10 finishes with high of second at Texas and in season finale at Homestead.
Had best starting position of eighth at Texas.
Set series record at Infineon by running at finish in 29 consecutive races, with streak extended to 33 at completion of season.
Finished career-high fifth in IndyCar Series standings for Andretti Green Racing.
Recorded five top-five and 10 top-10 finishes, with a best of third at Indianapolis.
Posted third consecutive season of at least 10 top-10 finishes.
Earned seventh consecutive top-10 finish at Richmond.
Finished sixth in IndyCar Series standings for Andretti Green Racing.
Became first female to win a major closed-course auto race in April at Twin Ring Motegi.
Recorded 10 top-10 finishes and led two races.
Finished seventh in IndyCar Series standings in first season with Andretti Green Racing.
Recorded four top-five finishes and 11 top-10 finishes with a best finish of second at Belle Isle.
Runner-up finish at Belle Isle matched best finish by a female driver in the IndyCar Series (Sarah Fisher, Homestead-Miami 2001).
Qualified on the front row at Mid-Ohio and Infineon.
Voted Indy DownForce Most Popular Driver for third consecutive season.
Finished ninth in IndyCar Series standings for Rahal Letterman Racing despite sitting out season-opening race at Homestead-Miami Speedway.
Recorded two top-five and eight top-10 finishes with best finish of fourth (Nashville and Milwaukee).
Started 10th and finished eighth in Indianapolis 500.
Voted Indy DownForce Most Popular Driver for second consecutive season.
Won Bombardier Rookie of the Year Award after finishing 12th in IndyCar Series standings for Rahal Letterman Racing.
Recorded two top-five and seven top-10 finishes with best finish of fourth (Motegi and Indianapolis).
Earned three pole positions (Kansas, Kentucky, Chicagoland) to tie Tomas Scheckter's rookie record for pole positions in a season.
Started fourth and finished fourth at Indianapolis 500 and earned Chase Rookie of the Year honors. The highest starting and finishing position for a woman driver in the event's history. Led 19 laps, the first woman to lead at Indianapolis.
Finished third in Toyota Atlantic series standings driving for Rahal Letterman Racing.
Became first female to lead in points when she led the standings after the Portland race.
Recorded 10 top-five finishes in 12 races, including a best finish of second at Portland.
Earned first career pole position at Portland to become first female driver to win a Toyota Atlantic series pole position.
Finished sixth in Toyota Atlantic series standings driving for Team Rahal.
Earned five top-five finishes, including best finish of second at Miami.
Became first female driver in series history to finish on podium with third-place at Monterrey, Mexico.
Won pro division of Toyota Pro/Celebrity Race at Long Beach Grand Prix from pole position.
Signed with Team Rahal and named driver for team's 2003 Toyota Atlantic series program.
Competed in five Barber Dodge Pro Series events for Team Rahal with best finish of fourth (Vancouver).
Competed in British Zetek Formula Ford Championship.
Earned Gorsline Scholarship Award, given to top upcoming road-racing driver.
Competed in British Zetek Formula Ford Championship for Andy Welch and European Formula Ford Series for Haywood Racing.
Finished second at the Formula Ford Festival at Brands Hatch, England, the highest finish by an American in the event.
Finished ninth in British Formula Vauxhall Championship.
Made European debut in Formula Vauxhall Winter Series.
Competed in a limited karting schedule while attending Formula Ford Racing School in Canada.
Competed in kart racing, winning several World Karting Association Regional, National and Grand National championships.